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Injury Prevention

The best practice for preventing injury is general physical preparedness. It means maintaining a baseline of fitness so that you can respond to physical challenges without harm. The following list has the four areas you may need to improve:

  1. Flexibility
    We ensure that all major joints, including your spine, have full range of motion and sufficient muscle length.

  2. Strength
    Keeping all large muscles and surrounding stabilizers conditioned and ready to react at a moment’s notice.

  3. Agility
    We work on Improving your reaction time and general coordination.

  4. Balance
    Stay vertical over uneven ground or when carrying an awkwardly shaped object

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